I've been trying to find an easy way into this conversation, but there simply isn't one. And so, to the point: I'm sure it won't terribly surprise anyone to know that we have made the decision to cancel this year's BSB UK event at Waterstones. Although June still seems far away, when looking at safety… Continue reading BSB UK Event Update
Officially available today from Bold Strokes Books: Silk and Leather: Lesbian Erotica on the Edge What happens when you leave your inhibitions at the door? When you’re ready for something different, something that pushes your boundaries and makes your wildest, wettest fantasies come true? What would you do if no one was watching? Or if… Continue reading Add some heat to your stay at home
Update At this time, we are still planning to go ahead with our annual event in June. Hopefully things will have evened out by then and we can have a great weekend. We will, of course, stay up to date and let you know if things change. And if you have any questions, give… Continue reading UK Event 2020
We're so excited to welcome several new authors to this year's Bold Strokes festival! Check out the line-up, and grab your tickets here.
Christmas can be hard for a socially awkward introvert. Social situations that you skilfully avoid all year come thick and fast, and are compulsory. As the biggest introvert in the world this can be stressful, but as well as being an introvert I also love Christmas. As far back as my memories go I remember… Continue reading Christmas Magic by Jenny Frame
Memories. They’re slippery suckers, aren’t they? You can be absolutely certain you’re remembering something in glorious, 4DX, Technicolor, and yet someone else who was there at the time, recalls the situation entirely differently. Memories are a sore topic right now, and given the reason that is so, I expect they will be for years to… Continue reading Slippery Little Suckers by Robyn Nyx
For a number of years my family decamped to a small holiday cottage in the beautiful village of Ilam, in the Peak District National Park. New routines were soon to become established traditions. One such tradition was an early evening stroll each Christmas Eve, down the hill to the church nestled in the valley below.… Continue reading And the Church Bells Rang Out… by Anna Larner